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We headed south on Friday morning and vowed that we would stay off the autobahns when and where possible. All is possible with the GPS in the rental as we just selected no autobahn travel and we are glad we did. We had some really amazing cross-country scenic routes each of the three days since we left - sights we would otherwise never have seen.
We had a light meal along the Rhine on Friday and then headed ...
... we brought our bags downstairs and had our last home cooked meal. Before eating lunch we all sat in the living room and chatted with her parents. Her mom had us try this Dutch drink which tasted just like Eggnog, but with some alcohol and whipped cream. It was a little too strong for me, so I had Emily finish it for me! (I'm feeding into her alcoholism HAHA, just kidding). The best part of the meal was the dessert pizza Sophie's mom made with apple. Mmmm. While we ate it started ...
... where the roads appear to be toll free then crossed the border into Luxembourg arriving at the Doubltree, yeah i know a proper hotel and a bargain at £60 including breakfast!, where we checked in to warm chocolate chip cookies and a gorgeous hotel room, we even have some english tv. We popped out to the nearest filling station, we arrived on vapor's, before dumping the car back at the hotel and ...
... in the background and the fortress walls.
After the tour the kids had burgers for lunch and we had coffee and cake opposite the Palace of the Grand Duke. We were in time for the changing of the guard.
Luxembourg is only a little bigger than Malta, so we were done in no time. We decided to visit Metz next.
Metz is a picturesque old town with a river running through it and ...
... on Saturday morning as the University Open Day started at 9am. I was dropped off in Luxembourg City en route and don’t think I’ve ever actually been so cold in my life. Luckily the tourism office wasn’t open yet so I had a great excuse to sit inside Paul and have a coffee. I then did the recommended walking tour around the city and was totally amazed by the fact that there was absolutely no one around. Only later did it dawn on me that it was pretty early on ...